Latest health guidance missing from alcohol labels
In 2016, the UK's chief medical officers recommended men and women drink no more than 14 units of alcohol a week, but a BBC Panorama investigation found just 14 of 100 alcoholic products carried that information.
Clare Hutton almost died from drinking too much alcohol, and her husband was told she would have had 10 days left to live.
She now wants guidance and labelling on alcoholic products to be clearer to help save lives.
10 Jun 2019